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A better solution is needed for codeine-containing medicines says Warwick Plunkett, in our final UTS Pharmacy Barometer article Responses to the UTS Barometer survey about …

The renewed call by doctors’ groups to open up pharmacy ownership to non-pharmacists beggars belief given the medical profession’s own experiences with corporatisation, says Anthony …

A letter sent to PSA on 8 August 2018 by the Small Pharmacies Group about the GP pharmacist model The Small Pharmacies Group has raised important …

Last week marked the 20th anniversary of the purchase of our first pharmacy, writes Cathie Reid To mark the occasion, I wanted to share the …

The recent methotrexate inquest indicates a real need for universities to provide assertiveness training during pharmacy courses, writes Jeff Lerner AJP’s report, “A ‘needless and …

Will paperless scripts impact the services pharmacies offer to residential care facilities? Anthony Tassone says changes are needed if pharmacy is to avoid legal and …

In the latest in our series based on 2017 UTS Pharmacy Barometer results, John Montgomery looks at how pharmacists view the riding tide of biosimilar …

All pharmacists have the opportunity to start conversations with their patients about pain, and about their analgesic medications, writes Benita Suckling Working in an opioid …

Does the AMA’s support for pharmacists working in general practice represent a policy shift for the doctor’s organisation, or is something else at play? asks …

Is the PhARIA system still fit for purpose? How could pharmacies host other health professionals? What could pharmacy learn from the Defence Force? Anthony Tassone …

It’s time to be bold and go beyond embracing the 6CPA, says Professor Charlie Benrimoj The 2017 UTS Community Pharmacy Barometer showed pharmacists are more …

In the first of a series analysing the findings of the 2017 UTS Pharmacy Barometer, Professor Charlie Benrimoj looks at pharmacists’ attitudes to pay levels …